Foraging for delicious wild edibles in northern Vermont, Marianne Eaton and her guests look far beyond the usual berries and fiddleheads. A duck banding operation in Addison County is critical to managing waterfowl populations. Lawrence Pyne gets the lowdown on Vermont's 87 Wildlife Management Areas to learn how they benefit both wildlife and human use.
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